Editing and Contributing to Wikipedia: Asian Studies
This guide is designed to introduce any Asian Studies specialists and students the basics of contributing to Wikipedia so that they may help improve the quality of Wikipedia articles on topics related to Asian cultures to enhance cross-culture understandi
This guide is designed to help any Asian Studies specialists and students to easily learn the basics of contributing to Wikipedia, the largest online open education resource. Why it matters? The existing Wikipedia entries on Asian cultures need input from people who live the cultures and who have relevant expertise. Students in Asian Studies may find here the opportunities of connecting what they learnt in the classrooms to the real-life experience of contributing to online content and the impact of doing so.
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